News • Nov 24, 2016 17:29 GMT
A new report examining the ‘Generation Z’ shoppers (aged 15 to 24) has been launched by independent shopper research agency, Shoppercentric, looking at their current – and likely future retail behaviours and trends. The report unveils a shop-happy and digitally-savvy generation who are open to influence by retailers, but also have high expectations of them.
News • Nov 24, 2016 14:32 GMT
A new report by Shoppercentric suggests that Generation Z – those between the ages of 15 to 24 – are set to shape the future of retail. So, move aside millennials, here’s a closer look at how this ‘communicative, confident and complex’ consumer shops - as well as a few ways retailers are targeting them.
Press Releases • Nov 22, 2016 09:41 GMT
A new industry report examining the ‘Generation Z’ shoppers (ages 15 to 24) has been launched today by leading independent shopper research agency, Shoppercentric, looking at their current – and likely future retail behaviours and trends. The report unveils a shop-happy and digitally-savvy generation who are open to influence by retailers, but also have high expectations of them.
News • Nov 21, 2016 17:39 GMT
Dismiss Generation Z shoppers at your peril, is the message from a new report which urges retailers to capitalise on an age group who are ‘open to persuasion’. The Shoppercentric research, which interviewed more than 1,000 UK consumers, found that Generation Z shoppers (ages 15 to 24) are digitally savvy, are open to influence from retailers, but also have very high expectations of them.
News • Nov 21, 2016 17:28 GMT
A new industry report from independent shopper research agency, Shoppercentric, has examined the buying habits and behaviours of ‘Generation Z’ (defined in the research as between ages 15 to 24), revealing a digitally-savvy generation who are open to influence by retailers, but who also have high expectations of them.
News • Nov 21, 2016 17:18 GMT
I don’t know if you managed to escape the office and make it to any of the Effectiveness Week sessions earlier this month – if you didn’t you should try next year because it was well worth it. I was involved in a session around Shopper Marketing, and had the pleasure of taking part in a discussion about the role of this area of marketing.
News • Nov 21, 2016 09:51 GMT
Supermarkets should offer in-store shopping apps, speedy delivery and engaging social media.
News • Nov 15, 2016 15:01 GMT
But “c-stores that are after the student wallets need to be much more price aware, and make that a feature of their offer,” advises Danielle Pinnington, founder of Shoppercentric. “They might find that loyalty reward schemes or solution promotions resonate well with this group. Or finding top-up solutions distinguishable from the big four such as a local dairy or freshly baked breads.”
Blog posts • Oct 14, 2016 09:50 BST
Last week I was sat in a dark room, in front of a two way mirror watching some shoppers talk about a particular category. With me were some of the category team from the client company, and whilst the conversation among shoppers was keeping us all intrigued, it was the conversation between us as viewers during a quiet period for the shoppers that was just as revealing.
News • Oct 14, 2016 09:31 BST
According to shopper research agency Shoppercentric, Tesco needs to be mindful of this row in the face of its competition, especially the discounters who don’t deal with Unilever at all. “Unilever’s portfolio is big enough to make this a very difficult decision for Tesco,” says managing director Danielle Pinnington.
Blog posts • Sep 21, 2016 17:29 BST
It never ceases to amaze us how ready various industry commentators and practitioners are to, well frankly, rubbish their fellow human beings’ ability to communicate with each other meaningfully. One speaker, whilst leading the charge for Big Data dominance at a recent conference we attended, even went as far as to describe surveys as ‘the bizarre idea you can ask shoppers what they want’!
Blog posts • Sep 09, 2016 15:26 BST
The issue for SportsDirect – amongst others they face such as shareholder hostility – is that all this negative news can and will have an impact on sales. Many of their shoppers may accept the low prices they want or need come at a price elsewhere in the business, and that this price isn’t something they are going to concern themselves with.